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One-on-one coaching can be one of the smartest investments you’ll ever make – in your small business and in yourself!
As a small business owner, you’re expected to know about everything and do everything, which can sometimes become tiring and overwhelming. You might know that you need to make changes, but it can be hard to diagnose and fix issues when you’re caught up in the day-to-day running of your business.
Who can you turn to? Not your employees, because you need to keep a certain distance with them. Not your family, because you want to protect work-life balance. Not your friends, because they’re not experts in running a small business. Not your colleagues, because you don’t necessarily want to reveal your vulnerabilities.
You may not have ever considered this possibility, but you can turn to a small business coach, who can provide one-on-one, individualized support.
The benefits of one-on-one coaching include:
One-on-one coaching generally takes place by phone and/or through videoconferencing (such as Skype or GoToMeeting). In some cases, business coaching can also include face-to-face meetings.
In addition to regularly scheduled meetings, individual coaching can also include “as needed” phone calls between meetings, as well as e-mail support.
Wondering if small business coaching can help you? Schedule a free consultation with one of our small business coaches, or e-mail email@example.com.
Please Make Note: Some of our small business coaches also offer group coaching for small business owners.
We are able to offer small business coaching and consulting for people in Denver, Colorado, and the U.S.